Skydive in Queenstown—New Zealand’s outdoor adventure capital—and jump from 9,000, 12,000, or 15,000 feet. After a safety briefing, board a small plane and tandem skydive with an experienced guide. Free-falling at terminal velocity, you reach speeds of up to 124 mph (200 kph), then relax as you soak up views of Lake Wakatipu and the Remarkables mountain range. Includes transport from Queenstown to the drop zone.
Skydive in Queenstown the adventure capital of the world
Achievement certificate upon completion of skydive
Choice of 9,000ft, 12,000ft, or 15,000ft skydive jump
Your skydive DVD and photos available to be purchased on the day, at own expense
Start your Queenstown skydiving experience with a short drive from downtown to the drop zone, located at the base of the Remarkables mountain range. The location borders the shores of Lake Wakatipu and serves as an impressive scenic backdrop for your tandem skydive adventure.
On arrival, a professional jumpmaster provides a full safety briefing before you take the ultimate leap of faith into the sky. Don a provided jumpsuit and goggles in preparation for your Queenstown skydive, choosing to descend from 9,000, 12,000 or 15,000 feet in elevation. Then, board the small plane and check out the razor-sharp peaks of the Remarkables as the aircraft reaches optimum altitude. Feel your adrenaline pumping as you free-fall before your tandem instructor pulls the safety ripcord and you float effortlessly together through the air.
Your bravery is rewarded with an achievement certificate upon landing. If you’d like, order freefall photos and/or a video for bragging rights (available for purchase) before your transfer back to Queenstown.
Both my adult sons ages 25 and 39 skydived and had an exceptionally awesome time. We went on this trip so I could make some memories with my boys and we definitely did that. The first sky diving for them and I was there to watch. Everyone was very good in explaining everything and they had an awesome experience. I still see my son showing the video to people 3 months later.
N Zone does it the best. My husband wears glasses so for those who are wearing glasses, one recommendation, test the glasses you get to wear over your existing glasses and adjust them while on ground before taking flight. My husband found his very tight and was uncomfortable. Or just wear lenses!